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The masterful home decorator is the equivalent of a smart dresser: She utilizes an artful mix of high and low pieces for an ultimately affordable—yet totally chic—outcome. But styling your dream interiors can be a little more intimidating than picking out clothes, since a luxe sofa, gorgeous piece of art, or high-quality rug isn’t quite as easy to fake. Luckily, these home shopping websites make finding exactly what you want a breeze.
Cute home decor and household items can be expensive as hell—and you have to literally live with your decisions for a while before you can afford to swap out a new couch or bed frame. In the age of very tiny apartments, the choices you make to decorate your space hold even more weight.
The good news is that these days, there are plenty of affordable home retailers that offer great-looking items that won’t come close to breaking your bank. Sites like Society6 make it super easy to customize just about any piece of decor in your home, while CB2 and West Elm design items that are somehow on-trend and timeless at the same time. Oh—and your fave clothing sites like Urban Outfitters and Anthropologie have equally-amazing selections of home goods and decor at a reasonable price.
This all just goes to show that there are a ton of options for household styling on the web in 2022. To help you make your home look as cute as humanly possible, I broke everything down into a few easy-to-shop categories for whatever your interior designer heart desires. There’s enough variety in this list to satisfy every kind of taste, whether you’re into minimalism or a midcentury modern flair.
So, read on to shop 40 of my favorite home decor sites right now, no matter your budget or style.
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A Little Bit Of Everything
This is not the home shopping channel your mom used to love. Over the years, QVC has shifted into the one-stop shop for all your beauty, skincare, bedding, home and kitchen needs. The best part is, you can usually buy things you love in bulk and save money in the process. If you’re looking to upgrade your apartment, the Valerie Parr home line is exclusive to QVC and has everything you need to give your place a much-needed spruce.
You probably already buy your clothes on Verishop, but I want to specifically highlight their home goods section. They have a huge selection of cookware, decor and more to make your apartment the epitome of luxe minimalism.
Obviously, I had to include Amazon here—They literally have everything on their site. A few of my favorite brands include The Novogratz (the place to go for affordable-yet-stunning furniture and decor) and Tempaper, which makes stick-on wallpaper that makes any rental look fabulous.
Let’s hear it for a site that does it all. Target’s home goods selection is so, so affordable but the products are also made to last. Whether you need furniture, wall art, or kitchen appliances, Target has pretty much everything you need in one place.
If you’re dreaming of an apartment with the perfect bohemian vibes, Anthropologie should be at the top of your must-shop list. Every (!) single (!) piece of wall art, furniture and decor looks like it’s been designed specifically for Instagram.
Have you just moved and do you need to furnish your home ASAP? Consider paying a visit to Kirkland’s site if you don’t already live near one of their 374 IRL locations. From lighting fixtures to bedding, you definitely don’t want to sleep on Kirkland’s offerings.
7. Urban Outfitters
Adding just one of Urban Outfitters’ on-trend knickknacks or pillows will totally transform your space. But don’t stop shopping at their decor: they also make bedding and full-on furniture to deck out your apartment.
8. West Elm
On the hunt for something special, but don’t quite know what that is just yet? West Elm probably has the thing you’re thinking of. They’ve gone viral for their selection of stylish, timeless pieces that you won’t find anywhere else.
If you want something personalized or totally specific to your tastes, head to Etsy. You can work directly with your favorite indie makers and designers to produce a home that really is all your own.
1. Uncommon Goods
I freakin’ love Uncommon Goods because they have the cutest selection of products that I didn’t know I needed. If your bestie just scored her dream apartment, you’ll find the perfect gift for her new space on this site.
2. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Store
Who wouldn’t want a bit of classic art in their home? The Met Store has more than just art, though. They also have kid’s toys, artsy trinkets and the perfect home gifts for the museum-lover in your life—even if you don’t live in New York City.
3. Boutique Rugs
A cozy rug will complete any space in your home and Boutique Rugs sells every possible rug that you could ever dream of on their site. Search by your desired size and style to find the perfect fit.
Don’t overlook HomeGoods when you decorate your house this year. Their selection is massive, affordable, and I want a ton of the stuff on their site. Yes, they’re popular, but it’s for a good reason.
Come to Society6 for the wall art, stay for the seriously incredible customization options. Pretty much everything on the site can be adjusted to fit your needs—and nearly all of their products are made from smaller artists.
2. By RobynBlair
Shop a wide selection of vibrant original art, custom creations and other playful homewares on By RobynBlair’s website. Oh—and they have a super cute merch collection for you to wear when you actually leave the house.
3. Juniper Print Shop
Shop by subject on Juniper Print Shop‘s site to find a work of art that you love. You can either order an oversized print or purchase a digital download that you can print out yourself to make things easier during the decoration process.
Meet Ikonick, the site that makes shopping for art so, so easy. The Los Angeles-based brand has partnered with the likes of Scooter Braun and Betty Boop (!) to release fun pieces that I want hanging on my walls right now.
If you don’t already have some bedding or towels from Parachute, what are you doing with your life? Their selection is literally coziness exemplified. The pieces are a little pricey, yes, but you can feel luxe AF when any of these pieces are in your bedroom or bathroom.
2. Standard Textile Home
Make use of Standard Textile Home’s 90-day trial policy to make the most out of your new space. Their best-selling bedding and sheet sets are so super soft—you’ll feel like you feel balled out without actually breaking the bank.
3. Tuft and Needle
Tuft and Needle has your bedroom totally covered: they sell mattresses, bedding and bed frames. Literally what more could you need? Nothing. The answer is nothing. You can even compare their prices to other brands to guarantee that you’re getting the best deal.
4. Crane & Canopy
If you’re a home decor newbie like me, Crane & Canopy has guides on their site showing how to do even the most basic of tasks, like folding a fitted sheet. Come for their bedding, stay for how freakin’ helpful they are.
5. Pom Pom at Home
If you want your apartment to look (and feel) like a very expensive hotel room, shop for your bedding at Pom Pom at Home. They sell the classiest minimal bedding and bath pieces, so their items are basically guaranteed to be in style forever.
Silk bedding, FTW! Sleeping on silk actually has a ton of health and beauty benefits, like keeping you cool while you hit snooze and fighting off pesky wrinkles overnight. Blissy has everything you need for your desired beauty sleep.
You can’t beat Wayfair’s affordable prices, so why not go a little crazy on their site while decking out your new space this year? Simply shop by room or style to find items that fits your desired aesthetic.
Oh, you want your home to look like a house tour on Architectural Digest? Got it. I totally hear you. CB2 is the site for you, then! Are the items always affordable? No. Is everything always worth the price? Yes. Go ahead, splurge a little.
Furnish your living room with pieces from La-Z-Boy and you may not ever want to leave your home. More specifically, you might not want to get up off one of their loveseats, couches or signature reclining chairs.
4. One Kings Lane
If you’re on the hunt for furniture that feels both classic and out of the ordinary at the same time, you will find pieces that suit your fancy at One Kings Lane. I especially love their selection of outdoor furniture—If you’ve got some alfresco space, why not show it off?
5. ABC Carpet & Home
BRB—making a mood board with every single piece on ABC Carpet & Home’s website. Yes, the stuff is that cute. All of their furniture has a romantic, feminine feel that I am obsessed with these days. Yes, I will be making a few purchases.
If you’re tired of the maximalist vibe that is taking over your Instagram and TikTok feeds right now, opt for a simple and elegant piece from Article. Their midcentury modern aesthetic will look good in any space.
These are honestly the most comfortable mattresses I have ever had the pleasure of sleeping on. Mattresses from Casper come in a (relatively) small box, which makes shipping them to your new apartment a breeze.
Puffy makes one of the top-rated mattresses on the Internet and has countless five-star customer testimonials. Need another reason to shop? They make the cutest dog beds so that your pup can stay comfy all night long, too!
3. EcoTerra Beds
I really love EcoTerra’s mattresses. Their Latex Mattress is handcrafted from 100% natural latex with no toxins, chemicals, or polyurethane. They’re also designed for optimal back support, so say goodbye to pesky pain in the morning.
4. The Haven Bed
Choose from one of two mattress options from The Haven Bed‘s site and you’ll get a customizable experience that you won’t find anywhere else. You can add features like an adjustable base or a select service that removes the mattress you already have.
5. Brooklyn Bedding
Shop one of Brooklyn Bedding’s six mattress options to guarantee you get a good night’s sleep every single slumber. Make sure to pick up one of their bedding sets to complete the look. I love a one-stop-shop!
6. Layla Sleep
If you didn’t know that you need copper-infused bedding, now you do. Turns out, mattresses with copper from Layla Sleep actually help to regulate your body temperature at night. Plus, they’re antimicrobial.
1. Great Jones
You’ve probably seen these pots all over social media. That’s because Great Jones makes some damn good cookware that is also aesthetically pleasing. I’m currently thinking of buying one of their colorful pot sets.
Buy a machine from KitchenAid and you’ll use it forever. Yes, you’ll experience some sticker shock when you add one of their mixers into your cart, but you can sleep well knowing that you will never need to buy another one in your lifetime.
Every piece of ceramic cookware from GreenLife is nonstick, so even the newest of cooks will feel comfortable in the kitchen. Also, their non-ceramic pans are made from recycled aluminum. I regularly stalk their recipe section for my next weeknight meal inspo, BTW.
4. Williams Sonoma
If there’s one thing that you need to know about me, it’s this: I want my entire kitchen to look like a Williams Sonoma catalog. Everything on their website is so classy, chic and timeless; how could I not?
If you’re coffee-obsessed like I am, you need a Bodum coffee maker. But don’t stop there—stock up on their selection of espresso mugs, teacups and more to make your house look totally modern this year.